If you have started a family, you should start estate planning. While it may be uncomfortable to think about these circumstances, thorough estate planning will reduce the burden and stress on your family at a time of illness or death. If you have young adult children who are off to college or starting their first job, you can and should still protect them with powers of attorney for financial and healthcare matters and wills. If you had estate plan documents from many years ago, it is time to update them.
At J Eshman Law, we provide comprehensive estate planning services. Our experience ensures overall security, wealth preservation, and protection of your values. Our California State estate planning lawyer can help you settle estates, handle probate matters, administer trusts, create wills and living wills, provide for your childrens’ guardian, create testamentary and lifetime trusts, and more.
Jill W. Eshman is a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, and is a member of WealthCounsel, LLC, a nationwide collaboration of trust and estate planning attorneys and other legal, tax and business professionals, as well as a member of the San Francisco Estate Planning Council.
In the City By The Bay, real estate value has never been higher. When you are making a large investment in a property – residential or commercial, for yourself or for rent – you want real estate lawyers who will provide you with dedicated, personalized counsel. Furthermore, some lending and mortgage companies will require you to have a real estate attorney to represent you. J Eshman Law has a deep background in property law and real estate transactions which allows us to provide legal services for purchase and sale agreements, property financing, and more. We’ve worked with buyers, sellers, lenders, borrowers, guarantors and real estate professional and we look forward to working with you on your next real estate transaction.
San Francisco is the home of many, many startups. If you’re starting a company, a business lawyer can help you to do it right. If you are forming an S- or C-corporation or limited liability company, for example, you must prepare bylaws or an operating agreement and other documents. Understanding these documents yourself requires you take time and energy away from growing your fledgling startup. A business law attorney can help you choose the right type of entity and prepare the corporation for you and fill out the appropriate documents to create your business, so you spend less time learning the legal process and more time on creating a world-changing product.